Protect the appearance and value of your car with a high quality semi-tailored load liner. The essential product for any dog owner, golfer, gardener, fisherman, horse owner or tradesman, our waterproof load liners are extra tough.
Manufactured in the UK using the highest quality PVC coated fabric, ensuring maximum protection all round. The attractive, textured surface is impervious to dust, grit and dog hairs and also resistant to grease and oil.
The universal load liner is designed to cover the floor of the boot and the back of the rear seats. The boot liner clips around the headrest and can be used with the rear seats down. It also features a 50/50 split so you can have one or both seats down.
A bumper flap is provided to protect your car when dogs jump in and out or when loading and unloading goods. To care for your liner, simply wipe clean or machine wash at 30 degrees (no fabric softener).
The load liner can also be used as a rear seat protector and is reversible. One side is quilted and the other is waterproof. Please note this product cannot be used when passengers are travelling on the rear seats as it is not seat belt compatible.
Quick and easy to fit and remove.
Large size measures 63inch (160cm) long and 55inch (140cm) wide, bumper flap increases the length to 82inch (210cm)
Suitable for larger vehicles including Land Rover Discovery, Range Rover sport, Audi Q7, large estate and 4 wheel drive vehicles.
Medium size measures 55inch (140cm) long and 55inch (140cm) wide, bumper flap increases the length to 75inch (190cm)
Suitable for medium vehicles including, Ford Focus, Vauxhall Astra, Citroen DS3, hatchbacks and small estate vehicles.
Image 1 taken of our large load liner in a Range Rover, Image 2 is in a Q7
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We are experts in providing tough, durable, waterproof protection to keep your car looking and feeling new. Great for dog owners, gardeners, fishermen, horse owners, tradesman and the general public.
All of our products are manufactured in our own factory which is based in Nottinghamshire, England.